After studying engineering, he opted for architecture and graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1922.
He became friends with André Lurçat and, under its influence, a passion for some years for the purist architecture; in 1930, he joined the Union of modern artists.
In 1923, he designed furniture very architected, designed according...
Style Jean-Charles Moreux, set of six chairs, green iron and textile, circa 1960, France. Measures: Height 97 cm x seat height 46 cm x width 41 cm x depth 38 cm.
Jean-Charles Moreux, Dining-room Table, oak and sculpted iron, with two extensions 55 cm x 105 cm crosses carved in iron,circa 1937, France.Height: 72 cm, Length: 1m99, width: 104 cm.